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Wimbledon — The most rewarding sport in the world

Wimbledon — The most rewarding sport in the world

Nick Kyrgios ‘devastated’ after quarterfinal defeat to Karen Khachanov as he destroys two rackets on court

Australian Davis Cup captain Scott Brown was at Wimbledon, while Murray’s team-mates included Nick Kyrgios and James Duckworth

Duckworth said he has played with his racket “like a rock” after beating the Russian in the second round

AAP’s Tom Dorey, who played at Wimbledon, said he will “continue to work hard” to return to the singles scene

Murray revealed that he has won the Wimbledon main draw for three years in a row and hopes to win his maiden title this year

Duckworth had lost to Kyrgios in the round of sixteen at the US Open in January when the Australian beat him 6-0 in the decider

Kyrgios’ triumph in the quarterfinals was his first win over a top-10 player this year and ended his run of defeats on the tour

AAP’s Tim Henman, who last week reached a semi-final at the French Open, said he “loves the game” after his Wimbledon defeat

When Davis Cup captain Scott Brown wasn’t at Wimbledon to cheer on his team-mates, he was at London Fashion Week, in the midst of a whirlwind of deals and interviews

Kyrgios, who beat Murray in the round of 16, said the win marked “the beginning of the end for me” after beating the world number one seven times on the circuit since turning pro

The Australian’s win over Murray was his first in 2013 and his first against a top-10 player since beating Andy Murray on Roland Garros in May 2010

Kyrgios (left) admitted he did not play his best against Murray, and has now said he would never let it happen again

Duckworth described his career as “the most rewarding sport in the world and I’m so grateful” for it

Henman spoke of his love of the game after his quarter-final defeat to Marinko Matosevic (pictured) and how it has changed his life

Murray, who has won six titles on the ATP tour, said the victory would make him a better player in future years

Henman said his Wimbledon defeat last year showed that he has achieved a lot in his career

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